Real Madrid Manager Admits their Champions League Dominance is Not "Normal"

Real Madrid Manager Admits their Champions League Dominance is Not

Real Madrid Manager Admits their Champions League Dominance is Not "Normal"

In an nearly carbon copy of the second leg against Juventus in the quarter-finals, Real were left hanging on at the Santiago Bernabeu in added time.

Another said: "Arrogant @realmadrid, celebrating with 13 printed on their shirts like they already won the UCL.I hope @LFC really whoop their arrogant ass".

"In football, you have to suffer", he said.

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Bayern ended up with a 2-2 draw, but Madrid progressed to its third consecutive final with a 4-3 aggregate win following a 2-1 victory in Munich last week.

Saves Keylor Navas made against Bayern Munich, his highest tally in a Champions League knockout game.

Being described in the media as the worst goalkeeping error in the history of the Champions League.

"We will be ready then but is Real Madrid".

"It's important to believe in ourselves and we know we can score at any given moment".

Meanwhile, the Whites' right back Spaniard Dani Carvajal missed the training session as he recovered from the hamstring injury he sustained in the first leg match against Bayern.

"Words can not describe how disappointed I am over the Champions League exit. Then we gifted a goal and in the end you can not let that happen twice in a semi-final like this", said Bayern forward Thomas Mueller.

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Mats Hummels was quick not to apportion blame on Ulreich. "People are always trying to minimise our success, but we're used to that", said the Croatian. It's on us tonight. The centre-back's towering presence in the opposition box contributed to Giorginio Wijnaldum's goal but his best work came further back, where his mixture of physique and composure - and his knowledge of when to apply both - stood out.

Bayern felt they should have had a penalty for a Marcelo handball in the second leg, but the spot-kick wasn't handed to them.

The Brazilian defender blocked a cross from Joshua Kimmich in the penalty area at the end of the first half with the score at 1-1, but Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir gave a corner. "I don't think it was fair".

"It was a flawless night for me and for everyone", Benzema said.

"During the course of your career, you have your ups and downs, but they've shown that they can be relied upon at key times".

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